Radio Melayu: From KL to Putrajaya and over to Amazing Sabah

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Radio Melayu is such a wonderful community radio station and I love any chance to contribute to their programming.

If the link above works it may not take you straight to my discussion but if you scroll down through the posts then my latest chat was on October 18.

DJ Wan and I talked about KL nightlife and views, the pink mosque at Putrajaya and then we talked about my time off the coast of Semporna on Mabul Island and a bunch of other islands with high peaks, white beaches, sea gypsies and Nemo.

I was travelling on the Tourism Malaysia Mega Fam with a bunch of travel writers, journalists and bloggers from India, Hong Kong, Malaysia and New Zealand. We shared adventures and quickly felt like we were doing more than capturing moments we could write about or describe on radio. We became friends and fellow travellers, soaking up experiences that were genuinely breathtaking.

The land below the wind always takes your breath away, whether from the exertion of a trek or just sitting on a beach watching a Sabah sunset. The resorts are safe and friendly and the adventures feel undiscovered and exotic.

Make the most of your time in Malaysia. Whether its shopping, street food or hidden bars in KL or the tropical paradise of life on the islands off the coast of Sabah, there’s something for all travellers, all the time.

sabah5Mabul Island:  All your days I will sing in praise of your forests, waters, your shining sands.

6PR – Romantic Asia from Bali, to Borneo to Vietnam.

Please enjoy listening to my story about Romantic Asia.  Maybe not just for Valentines Day, you could try these any day of the year:

 

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Pan Pacific Nirwana:  Four hours from Perth and you can be lying on one of these poolside gazebos all day and maybe just strolling off behind them to watch the sunset over Tanah Lot temple.

 

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Sunset over Tanah Lot Temple – your view from Pan Pacific Nirwana every single day.

 

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Sunrise at the Nusa Dua Blowholes, a five minute walk from the Westin Nusa Dua
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The writer experiencing a coffee exfoliation.  OK, it’s not a romantic image but the Heavenly Spa at the Westin Nusa Dua has the ability to relax the mind and body of the most restless spirit.

6PR Interview: Everyone loves a sunset

Please enjoy listening to the story below on sunsets of the world:

 

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Close to home and close to my heart; Shoalwater Bay

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Sunset over Mount Kinabalu
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Sunset above the longhouse at the Sabah Tea Plantation